I am a postdoc at Boston University, hosted by Ran Canetti. I received my PhD from UC Berkeley, where I was advised by Alessandro Chiesa. My work focuses on post-quantum proof systems. My interests include interactive proof systems and zero knowledge in general, post-quantum cryptography, coding theory and computational complexity.
In summer 2018 I was an intern at IBM Research Zürich, working with Jan Camenisch.
I received my master's degree in theoretical computer science from ETH Zürich, Switzerland, in 2015.
I received my bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Cambridge in 2013. My bachelor's thesis was Implementation and evaluation of algebraic algorithms for graph isomorphism.


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